This is a very large campground where they have done a good job of segregating the seasonal/permanents from the short term stays for the most part. We had a back in "patio" site which was fairly new. Large concrete patio, patio furniture, umbrella and a raised fire pit. There was a park model next to us but we had plenty of room. Also, a site next to our RV site to park our toad. The drive into the campground is through an industrial area but the campground is in a beautiful location on the water. The first night there we had a lot of power fluctuations but the second day it was fine. So I don't think it was the campgrounds problem, but may have been. Will use this campground when we return again. Friendly staff, well run, and clean. There are many camping cabins scattered throughout the campground.
Jetty Park is a busy campground, especially on the weekends, mostly used by Florida residents from what we saw. Wide range of site lengths, from very small to large rig friendly. The WiFi was Tengo Internet that required a payment on your credit card. We used the AT&T hot spot on our smart phone and had an excellent signal. One of the better maintained parks we have visited in the last year. It is on the Port of Canaveral property so the employees are Port or Brevard County employees. The only negative comment I would make is that the office person we signed in with, didn't seem to have any real idea of individual site lengths or what was needed for different rigs. Our neighbor had to go back to the office three times to get a site that would accommodate their toy hauler and have a place to park their pickup. The staff was friendly, professional, but probably didn't have any camping experience of their own. Beautiful beach next door to the campground and a short walk to the ship channel where the large cruise ships come and go, plus other boats. Refurbished sites were very nice. All our utilities worked just fine.
Large sites with grass between. This campground is well run and well maintained. The owner is active in the daily operations. The third party Wi-Fi was having problems while we were there. Tengo Internet is the provider. They had a tech there working on the system the day we departed. Signage is not good but that is due to regulations of the city of Montrose, not the campground. The restrooms, showers and laundry are kept spotless by the staff. We stayed for three weeks and will return again.
Very well run and maintained campground. Owners very involved in the daily running of the park. Rules are enforced, which I like. Loose dogs are not tolerated in the campground. We spent a week here and next time plan to stay a month or longer. Live music on the weekends and a good cafe on grounds. It is an older campground but so are most in this area, so some of the sites are not big rig friendly. A reservation is needed much of the summer as this park is popular with many campers coming to Ouray.
While this park is new to the KOA name, it is an older park. Well run and managed by the owners. Excellent WiFi throughout the park. Some of the sites are difficult to back into due to trees, poles, etc. Many pull through sites looked fine for any sized rig. Do watch out for the leaning palm trees, as in places they extend out over the roads, in the park. The park was about 1/3 full when we were here. The actual town address on my GPS was in North Port, Fl and not Venice. Easy access off a 4 lane to the campground. We spent 3 nights here.
An above average KOA campground IMHO. We stayed there twice this summer. Park is set up in two sections, one for permanents and one for travelers. The permanent part of the park is in the back so it leads to a lot of early morning traffic with people heading to work. Well run, clean and well staffed. It could use more gravel on the sites and roadways due to the amount of rain received in this area. It is an easy off and on to Interstate 95, but far enough away that the place is reasonably quiet. It is an excellent one night stop for us as we head to the mountains of the Carolinas and back home to Florida.
We stayed here for two weeks, the last of June. Busy place, good weekly rates ($210) was very family and dog oriented. The sites vary a great deal, some large and long, others are too small and shouldn't be used IMHO. As we were staying here this summer, the campground was in the process of changing it's name to Nascar Resort at Stonebridge. Same corporation owned and operated as far as I could tell. Some of the large trees and newly installed light posts make it difficult to back into some of the sites. The park is set up into two sections, one for seasonal/permanent and one for transients. Overall our favorite RV park in the area. Most of the RV parks in this area have been in business for many years and the sites can be smaller than needed for today's slide RVs.